fbcota wrote:Just checked. They have come down a good bit. A whole bunch going for around $600. Maybe, just maybe, reason has returned.
Shambala wrote:It seems that investing in tickets to Burning Man is a wiser investment than buying U.S. Savings Bonds. One more reason that I'm voting for Larry Harvey for President in 2012.
(don't think I haven't pondered selling my 2 tickets to BM this year and using the money to take an Alaskan cruise!)
This ticket is posted on ebay for $20,000,000. The image doesn't appear real, so I wouldn't suggest that anyone buys this. It does have FREE economy shipping however, but they don't accept returns.
From the auction description wrote:Instead of being a hypocritical POS, and listing this ticket as some sort of charity or fund raiser, I'm going to "man-up" and tell ya this is purely for my self indulgence. I figure 20 mill, would be a great start, as I am trying to put together enough money so that I can bag Renee Zellweger.
I think it's safe to say without fear of contradiction, (and believe me, the thought of contradiction makes my blood run cold), that an honest approach to my self serving bs, is much preferred, compared to the opportunistic slime who are trying to justify their bs auctions.
Anyway, buy my ticket and I'll give ya a shoutout when TMZ ambushes Renee and I having lunch.
Shambala wrote:You don't think this is some sort of joke, do you?
Sledge hamma wrote:Don't buy at six hundred or five, face value and that's it, otherwise these jerks will do it again and again.
The difference between buying a ticket from a scalper and prostituting yourself for one is, if you suck dick for a ticket and brag about it, burners will still respect you.
Igneouss wrote:...so if someone has the money and want's to buy a ticket for $550, who are we to pass judgment on them?
FirePsycho wrote:I think he is talking about using his friends credit card on his paypal account. AFAIK, you can't. I tried adding my girlfriend's card to my account so she could buy some books, and paypal wouldn't let me change the last name for the card info.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
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